NoaNet's vision for broadband in healthcare:

  • Open access interconnections for providers
  • Secure and confidential health information network
  • Open access exchanges for laboratories, facilities and clinics for collaboration
  • Web-portals for patients and providers
  • Tele-presence systems for remote consults and training
  • Dedicated health service network to extend medical services and information to Public Computing Centers and citizens

"Any tools that we can latch onto that help us to provide better access to ongoing primary care for low income individuals is something I am personally invested in."

- Diane Cooper, Cowlitz Family Health CEO

Reliability is critical.

Tele-health is an increasingly formidable  addition to the healthcare system.

There are many aspects to tele-health that insure it's future in the healthcare industry. In locations where specialized services are not available tele-health can provide access to care from specialists in an affordable and timely way.  This means specialists can tend to patients in the most rural of communities and provide a level of care that has never before been available to some regions.

"Without [medical] care being done locally, studies show that families are challenged to care for their loved ones."

- Jim Heilsberg, Whitman Hospital CFO

Services for the 21st century

Tele-health may also be a solution for assisting in recovery services. Patients may be able to go home sooner to their homes, and their support systems, while still receiving 24/7 monitoring from clinical staff to insure their well-being. This may lessen expenses for healthcare services as well as allowing patient to return to a more typical daily routine with their families while still receiving care.

For some patients, travel is a huge task that adds stress and inconvenience to their healthcare experience. With tele-health technologies there may be no need to travel for some aspects of care, but rather the patient may access their services from the comfort of their own home.  

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